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Paperback, Julia Hill, 288pages, 5.3 x 8, ISBN: 9780062516596
On December 18, 1999, Julia Butterfly Hill's feet touched the ground for the first time in over two years, as she descended from "Luna," a thousand year-old redwood in Humboldt County, CA. Hill had climbed 180 feet up into the tree high on a mountain on December 10, 1997, for what she thought...

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Paperback, JIM ROBBINS, 256pages, 5.2 x 0.6 x 7.9, ISBN: 9780812981292
The Man Who Planted Trees  is the inspiring story of David Milarch’s quest to clone the biggest trees on the planet in order to save our forests and ecosystem—as well as a hopeful lesson about how each of us has the ability to make a difference. “When is the best time to plant a tree?...

Paperback, David George Haskell, 288pages, 7.9 x 5.3, ISBN: 9780143122944
A biologist reveals the secret world hidden in a single square meter of forest   Written with remarkable grace and empathy,  The Forest Unseen  is a grand tour of nature in all its profundity. Biologist David George Haskell uses a one-square-meter patch of old-growth...

Paperback, Gordon Hempton, John Grossmann, 368pages, ISBN: 9781416559108
In the visionary tradition of Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring, One Square Inch of Silence alerts us to beauty that we take for granted and sounds an urgent environmental alarm. Natural silence is our nation’s fastest-disappearing resource, warns Emmy-winning acoustic ecologist Gordon Hempton, who...

Paperback, John Marzluff ,Tony Angell, 320pages, ISBN: 9781439198742
Playful, social, and passionate, crows have brains that are huge for their body size, which allows them to think, plan, and reconsider their actions. They also exhibit an avian kind of eloquence, mate for life, and associate with relatives and neighbors for years. And to people who care for them...

Paperback, Mark Kurlansky, 282pages, 5 x 7.25, ISBN: 9780140275018
Spans a thousand years and four continents to tell the history of cod fishing and the fish that changed the world and made possible the settlement of North America.

Paperback, Tony Rice, 165pages, 6 x 95, ISBN: 9781574092905
Using a question-and-answer format, this entertaining book addresses over 100 general interest questions about the sea, sea life, seabirds and man s relationship with the sea. Why is the sea salty? Does anything eat jellyfish? Why do whales sing? How do flying fish fly? Who owns the oceans?...

Paperback, PierreYves Bely & Sally Bely, 312pages, 6 x 9, ISBN: 9781574092400
A vastly entertaining, eclectic and informative compendium of 211 questions and answers about ships, the sky and the sea. Why are cold seas green and warm seas blue' 150 color illustrations.

Hardcover, Andy Lamb and Bernard Hanby, 390pages, 8.75 x 11.5, ISBN: 9781550173611
A photographic encyclopedia of seaweeds, invertebrates and selected fishes found in NW waters. This is the most comprehensive collection of photos of NW marine life ever published. Includes over 1,400 saltwater plants and animals and 1,700 color photographs.

Paperback, David Montgomery, 271pages, 6 x 9, ISBN: 9780813342993
Traces the human impact on salmon over the last 1,000 years and examines the implications for recovery of salmon stocks as well as threatened species world wide. Concludes with provocative recommendations for natural resource use.
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